Comparing telemedical with face-to-face consultation for remote trauma management

Tachakra, Sapal; Lynch, Maria; Newson, Roger; Stinson, Alistair; Sivakumar, Alganandan; Hayes, Jesus; Bak, Julie
March 1999
Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Mar1999 Supplement 1, Vol. 5, p122
Academic Journal
The article discusses research being done on the accuracy of clinical findings, radiology images, diagnosis and treatment of teleconsultations for remote trauma management. Teleconsultations were assessed by comparing them with face-to-face consultations. Key findings of the study suggest that there was good accuracy using telemedical consultations.


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